How to evolve from a newbie K-pop ‘stan’ to a K-pop expert
Seasoned fans know how overwhelming stanning K-pop can be, with almost new songs and content being released each week. If you’re just starting to follow groups, you should subscribe to the channels of the entertainment agencies so you will not miss the latest singles and video uploads. On YouTube, you can find the home of the biggest artists in K-pop including SM Entertainment, YG Entertainment, JYP Entertainment, BIGHIT, and STARSHIP. Stream live shows to celebrate your group’s comeback
When a group makes a comeback with a new album, they spend a month promoting in music shows. If you who want to show support for your biases, you can live stream online in the channels of the music shows. YouTube is home to SBS The Show (every Tuesday), MNET M! Countdown (every Thursday), KBS World TV Music Bank (every Friday), and MBC Music Core (every Saturday). Get behind the scenes of the K-pop life
Some K-pop members are also venturing into vlogging and starting their solo YouTube accounts. Two members of EXO, Baekhyun and CHEN have already made their vlogging debut with the former taking fans along with in his daily and the latter posting song covers. BLACKPINK’s Lisa also has a channel where she shares her interest in filmmaking and photography with her fans. Even 2NE1’s DARA, also known as Sandara Park, has a daily vlog channel to keep her fans updated with her life. Learn dance moves from popular dance cover artists
Your fangirl/boy experience would not be complete without checking out a few dance covers. Channels like East2West (watch: BLACKPINK - Kill This Love Dance Cover) and ARTBEAT (BTS - Boy With Luv Dance Cover) are known for their skills and synchronizations that can pass the standards of K-pop. Solo dance cover artists like Lisa Rhee (TWICE “FANCY” Lisa Rhee Dance Cover) and even Pinoy sweetheart AC Bonifacio (JENNIE - SOLO Dance Cover) are also capturing the hearts of fans around the world.